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Soccer star Hope Solo is kicking back against the hacker who has released naked photos of herself and many other female stars online.

The athlete is one of MANY women whose privacy has been invaded over the past few weeks, but one of the few who has released a statement in regard to the incident.

Hope Solo at the ESPYs

"It is extremely sad and unfortunate that the rights of so many women were violated by the unauthorized release of private photographs," Solo said late yesterday, adding:

"This act goes beyond the bounds of human decency and, as such, I stand united with all the women affected and am exploring every option to protect my privacy."

The Hollywood hacking scandal went viral earlier this month when snapshots of Jennifer Lawrence nude and Kate Upton nude, among countless others, hit the Web.

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Global soccer star Hope Solo wants to have the misdemeanor assault charges against her dismissed. Local law enforcement officials have other ideas.

She has been accused of drunkenly assaulting family members in an incident that resulted in a 911 call in which one claimed, "Hope Solo is going psychotic!"

Saving Hope

That was June. In municipal court Monday, her lawyer asked for a new court date to file motions to dismiss the charges and to exclude evidence.

She was granted the new date, but faces an uphill battle to clear her name after being arrested for domestic violence. Solo's next court date is November 4.

While she aims to have evidence (including hearsay) and the entire case dismissed, City of Kirkland lawyers listed 11 officers to testify as witnesses.

Solo was at the hearing and left hand in hand with her husband, former University of Washington and Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens.

Police reports claim that the 32-year-old's family members had just let her back into their lives when she fought them early one morning this summer.

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U.S. Olympic gold medal-winning soccer star Hope Solo has issued an apology following her shocking domestic violence arrest last week via Facebook.

Hope, who was arrested for domestic violence against her relatives, writes:

Solo, Hope

"I would like to apologize to my fans, teammates, coaches and the entire US Soccer and Seattle Reign FC communities for my involvement in a highly unfortunate incident this past weekend."

"I understand that, as a public figure, I am held to a higher standard of conduct. I take seriously my responsibilities as a role model and sincerely apologize to everyone I have disappointed."

"Due to pending legal issues, I cannot comment further at this time. However, I am confident in the legal process and believe my name will be cleared."

"I also would like to thank everyone who has reached out with messages of support and encouragement. I truly appreciate your loyalty, concern and well wishes."

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The 911 call placed before Hope Solo's domestic violence arrest last weekend has been released, and the guy who made it was clearly concerned for his safety.

Solo, he told the operator, is "f--king beating people up!"

The Hope Solo 911 call was made early Saturday morning when the U.S. national soccer goalie allegedly attacked her half-sister and her nephew, 17.

"Hope Solo is going psychotic," the caller pleads, apparently under siege from the 32-year-old athlete. "She's f--king beating people up! We need help!"

Police raced to her sister's home outside Seattle and found the sister and nephew with visible injuries; subsequently, Hope was arrested for domestic violence.

Her nephew told TMZ that Solo drunkenly came at him for basically no reason and he pulled a gun (the mom says it was a BB gun) on her to make it stop.

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U.S. women's soccer star Hope Solo entered a not guilty plea in court Monday after her weekend domestic violence arrest in Washington State.

She is accused of assaulting two relatives in a drunken outburst.

The two-time Olympic gold medalist was released on the conditions she avoid contact with her half-sister and a 17-year-old nephew, and that she not drink alcohol.

A pretrial hearing was set for the morning of August 11.

Dressed in a white shirt and black pants, Solo said little, telling the judge "I do" when asked if she understood the domestic violence assault charges against her.

Solo was arrested for domestic violence assault after a 911 call in which a male reported that a woman would not stop "hitting people" or leave the house.

Meanwhile, Solo's 17-year-old nephew is speaking out, telling TMZ that he pulled a gun on the athlete to try to get her to stop attacking him ... to no avail.

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Hope Solo has been arrested for domestic violence, police confirm.

The U.S. national soccer team goalie is accused of beating up her sister and her nephew, according to police, during a huge party at her home in Seattle.

Police say when they arrived to Hope's home, things were already getting out of hand. The Seattle Times is describing it as an "out of control situation."

Hope Solo Photo

Hope allegedly got into an argument with her sister and nephew at the party and ended up attacking them so hard that "visible injuries" were inflicted.

One of the victims, Hope's nephew, is only 17 years old. Officials also say the person who called 911 told the operator a female was "hitting people."

Solo was "intoxicated and upset" when cops arrived and got arrested on two counts of domestic violence assault. She was booked at a local police station.

Hope, 32, is due in court on Monday morning.

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Hope Solo. With the U.S. soccer star, there's rarely a dull moment.

Wednesday afternoon, Hope was apparently trying to either text or direct-message a friend, but ended up Tweeting out her phone number to 660,000 followers.

Solo quickly deleted the tweet ... then claimed it was a joke?

Hope S. Tweets

U ain't got that new number, Hope Solo followers! BURN!

The number was actually for her hair salon (we've been told, not that we called), making the situation - or Solo's rationalization of it - no less puzzling.

Naturally, this captured the attention of Solo's fans:

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A newly-revealed 911 call sheds new light on the fight between U.S. soccer star Hope Solo and then-fiance Jerramy Stevens on the night before their wedding.

The November 13 melee resulted in the arrest of former NFL player Stevens, but the charges were dropped due to lack of evidence after the fact.

Shortly after his release from jail, the couple married.

They had been dating only two months at the time.

The Hope Solo 911 call was placed by Marcus Solo, her brother. He asked that officers respond to her home, where a pre-wedding party took a violent turn.

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U.S. women's soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo and former NFL tight end Jerramy Stevens were married Tuesday ... one day after Stevens' domestic violence arrest.

Seattle's KING5 reported Solo and Stevens wed Tuesday night in a small ceremony near Snohomish, Wash. Only close family and friends were in attendance.

  • Hope Solo Smile
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Dave Mahler, a sports-talk radio host on Seattle's KJR, also tweeted the big news: "Confirmed: Jerramy Stevens and Hope Solo were married tonight."

"Events of yesterday morning didn't change plans. Sounds like more facts comin."

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Hope Solo's fiance Jerramy Stevens has been arrested for domestic violence following an alleged attack on the Olympic soccer great Monday morning.

They were reportedly set to wed the following day, and did not.

Hope and Jerramy

A spokesman for the Kirkland, Wash., Police Department confirms Stevens was arrested on charges of assault in the fourth degree domestic violence.

Around 3:45 a.m., police were dispatched to a disturbance call, which involved a physical altercation between eight people at a party and the use of a stun gun.

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